Cluster Lunch – Impact of Proposed Export Controls

Cluster Lunch
Arizona Inn
April 20th

Presentation by
Matthew Goldstein

On the impact of proposed U.S. Export Controls on Fundamental Research and Scientific Publications

All Optics Researchers and Scientist should attend this 2 hour luncheon at the Arizona Inn on April 20.  This will be an important meeting for the Arizona Optics Industry Association (AOIA).

The Arizona Inn has reserved the following space for AOIA:

    Date           Start Time      End Time      Function         Room
4/20/2015       11:30 AM            2:00 PM             Lunch          Safari Room

We currently have only 30 seats.  The fee is $35 per person for the hot meal and presentation.  Through April 5th, AOIA’s paid up members and OSC researchers will be accepted first and then Optics related/Cluster industry members will be accepted.  On April 6th we will open it up to all scientific research fields.  Others are already asking to be in on it.  They can make room for up to 100 if we have the commitments.

Please RSVP to:  [email protected]

Presentation by
Matthew Goldstein
On the impact of U.S. Export Controls on Fundamental Research and Scientific Publications

On April 20, 2015, Matthew Goldstein, a Washington D.C. attorney with a law firm focused on international trade law, will discuss the implications of proposed changes to the scope of U.S. Export Controls on fundamental research and scientific publications.  The proposed changes, soon to be published in the Federal Register, are expected to adversely impact private and university-based research and impose significant restrictions on the right to freely publish scientific information.  The changes as proposed also would affect publications that are entirely funded by a private sector company, even if the research was independent of any Federal contract.  The focus of the discussion will be on the scope of the proposed changes, their expected impact on research and development activities, and steps that private industry and academia can take to oppose unwanted agency rule making.


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